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Mountain Community TelevisionDave O'Neil on Law Enforcement (1977?)

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Mountaineer game warden and Norton, Virginia resident Dave O'Neil tells stories about enforcing hunting laws in the mountains and of violence against other wardens who worked in the area. He recounts a story of participating in the prosecution of people killing robins for food during the Great Depression. This program was videotaped for broadcast on cable television Channel 12 as part of the Broadside/Mountain Community Television initiative to provide locally produced public access television to southwestern Virginia. CATALOGER'S NOTE: Title from container label.



This movie is part of the collection: Appalshop Archive

Producer: Mountain Community Television
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: Wise County (Va.); Appalachian Region, Southern; O'Neil, William David; Game wardens--Virginia--Biography


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